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Autonomous Mobile Robots



  • These Autonomous Mobile Robots reduce the labor necessary by working with human workers in the picking processes of logistics facilities.
    PEER was introduced by Diamond head Co., Ltd., and this was the first practical application of Autonomous Mobile Robots in Japan.
    Additionally, PEER SpeeMa+™ is the first Autonomous Mobile Robot in Japan able to use RFID automatic identification technology. The robot was introduced by Konishi Medical Instruments Co., Ltd. of the SHIP Healthcare Group.

Main Features

  • Labor reducing robots

    Multiple Autonomous Mobile Robots support one human worker in picking operations, reducing the labor that is required.

  • Improving the efficiency of picking operations

    PEER and PEER SpeeMa+™ reduce the time spent by workers moving around and doing picking operations in logistics facilities. They significantly reduce the total amount of time spent on picking, which streamlines operations.

  • RFID Compatibility

    PEER SpeeMa+™ is compatible with RFID, automatic identification technology, and comes with an RFID reader. Working in conjunction with the comprehensive RFID system, this robot increases the efficiency of picking operations and reduces human error.

Other features

  • - They enable automation and reduce necessary labor without significantly changing the layout of logistics facilities.
  • - Portability that enables easy expansion and relocation.
  • - They enable workers to avoid the 3 Cs (closed spaces, crowded places, and close-contact settings).
  • - They significantly reduce the physical load on workers, relieving them of having to transport goods by cart.
  • - They are easy to operate, even for older or non-skilled workers.

Advantages and Effects

  • Easy to introduce

    They can be introduced without large-scale installation work. They can be introduced quickly, without suspending logistics center operations.

  • High cost efficiency

    The initial investment necessary for introduction is smaller than that of conventional material handling equipment. Being easy to handle, the robots will reliably produce results after their introduction.

  • Worker-friendly robots

    Unlike conventional picking carts, robots reduce the need for workers moving heavy goods. In addition, the high-visibility tablet screen allows older and unskilled workers to achieve the same level of picking productivity as experienced workers.

Product Specifications and Environment
(including power supply and Wi-Fi compatibility)

Dimensions and weight Outer dimensions
Body weight
Maximum load
445 x 460 x 1335mm
35kg (when unloaded)
Traveling performance Max. speed
Corridor width

Max. tolerable inclination
Max. tolerable step height
1.2 m/sec.
1.35 m (when two robotspass each other) / 1.0 m (when a robot passes a human)
3 degrees

Power supply Built-in battery
Continuous travel time
Charging time
Power supply capacity
Lithium ion battery
8 hours (when unloaded)

2 hours
Input voltage: 100 V to 200 V, Max. power: 382 W (battery charger specifications)
Communications   Wi-Fi wireless LAN communications (802.11a/g/n)
Product Specifications and Environment (including power supply and Wi-Fi compatibility)